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Res. Unit NE-4251
201 Holdsworth NRC
Univ. of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003-9285

(413) 545-0357

Fax: 413-545-1860

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Wildlife and Fish Habitat Relationships
in New England Ecosystems

Keith H. Nislow, Acting Project Leader

OUR MISSION: to determine relationships of fish and wildlife to northeastern forest types
and their management.


The Northern Research Work Unit 4251 is a field unit located on the University of Massachusetts campus in Amherst, MA. It is an extension of the Northern Research Station based in Newtown Square, PA. About Us


[Photograph]: Chestnut-sided warbler nestResearch problems specifically focus on particular areas of study, or "problems," that are important ecological issues within New England forest landscapes and streams. Listed below are three of the problems that are currently being investigated by the research unit:


Photo: Traveler's Guide to Amherst Research UnitTraveler's Guide to Northeastern Research Station, Amherst, MA. This guide contains directions, a map and local lodging for the research unit.

Photo: Amherst BrochureAmherst Brochure. This pamphlet summarizes the mission, current research problems, collaborators and staff of the Amherst Research Unit.



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